Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Collection Launching October 2021

Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Collection Launching October 2021

To celebrate the franchise’s 25th Anniversary, the Pokemon Company has announced a series of new Pokemon Trading Card Game (TCG) expansion sets.

The sets are collectively titles “Pokemon TCG: Celebrations” and comprise “a joyous parade of Legendary, Mythical, and other beloved Pokémon to your collection, including Mew, Ho-Oh, Zamazenta, Flying Pikachu, and Surfing Pikachu”.

Furthermore, the sets will contain 45+ cards, including 25 cards that are ” close remakes bof iconic cards from the history of the Pokémon TCG, including Base Set Charizard, Umbreon ☆, and Tapu Lele-GX”. Special Pokémon TCG: Celebration branded ooster packs will also include “four uniquely designed cards—all with foil treatments and a 25th anniversary logo”.

The first batch of sets will release on October 8th, and consist of the following:

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  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Collection—Dragapult Prime (priced $14.99)
    • Includes 0ne foil promo card and one foil oversize card featuring Dragapult Prime, two Celebrations four-card booster packs, one additional Pokémon TCG booster pack, a four-pocket binder to hold your cards, and one anniversary-themed coin.
  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Collections—Lance’s Charizard V and Dark Sylveon V (priced $19.99 each)
    • Includes 0ne foil promo card and one foil oversize card featuring Lance’s Charizard V or Dark Sylveon V, four Celebrations four-card booster packs, and two additional Pokémon TCG booster packs
  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Deluxe Pin Collection (priced $19.99)
    • Includes one foil promo card featuring Zacian LV.X, an enamel pin featuring Flying and Surfing Pikachu, four Celebrations four-card booster packs, and two additional Pokémon TCG booster packs.
  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Mini Tins (priced $8.99 each, 8 different designs)
    • Includes two Celebrations four-card booster packs, one additional Pokémon TCG booster pack, one anniversary-themed coin, and one Pokémon art card showing the art from the Mini Tin (collect and combine all eight versions).

  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Elite Trainer Box (priced $49.99)
    • Includes 10 Celebrations four-card booster packs, five additional Pokémon TCG booster packs, one special foil card featuring Greninja ☆, 65 anniversary-themed card sleeves, 45 Energy cards, a player’s guide to the Celebrations expansion, a Pokémon TCG rulebook, six damage-counter dice, one competition-legal coin-flip die, and two acrylic condition markers.
  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Special Collection—Pikachu V-UNION (priced $29.99)
    • Includes four foil promo cards that make up a single Pikachu V-UNION, one oversize card featuring Pikachu V-UNION, one Supporter card featuring Professor Burnet, four Celebrations four-card boosters, and two additional Pokémon TCG boosters.

The next sets will release on October 22nd:

  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Premium Figure Collection—Pikachu VMAX (priced $49.99)
    • Includes one etched foil promo card featuring Pikachu VMAX, one foil promo card featuring Pikachu V, a supersize figure of Gigantamax Pikachu, eight Celebrations four-card booster packs, and three additional Pokémon TCG booster packs.

  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Ultra-Premium Collection (priced $119.99)
    • Includes two commemorative metal cards featuring Base Set Pikachu and Base Set Charizard, one special gold version of Pikachu V, one special gold version of Poké Ball, a Charizard and Pikachu enamel pin, one anniversary-themed metal coin, 17 Celebrations four- card booster packs, eight additional Pokémon TCG booster packs, and player’s guide.

Finally, a Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Collector Chest (priced $24.99) will be launched sometime in October 2021.

  • Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Collector Chest – Includes six Celebrations four-card booster packs, two additional Pokémon TCG booster packs, three foil promo cards featuring Mimikyu δ (Delta Species), Light Toxtricity, and Hydreigon C; four colorful sticker sheets, a mini portfolio to store cards, a Pokémon coin, and a Pokémon notepad.

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